-- The Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in New York City runs a comedy wrestling show every Thursday night called "UCBW CageMatch". One of their "MegaStars" by the name of "Whole Lotta Denim" approached Mick Foley last week and challenged the hardcore legend to a game of Rock, Paper, Scissors, which Foley lost 2-0. You can see video of it at this link. "Whole Lotta Denim" had previously lost to Chris Jericho at a book signing on Wall Street in February, which you can view at this link.
-- Quinton "Rampage" Jackson is at the center of controversy again for an interview he did with female reporter Karyn Bryant after UFC 130. Rampage told the reporter that she was "Jamaican him horny" after she told him that she was part Jamaican, and then proceeded to talk about how he wanted to motorboat her. You can watch the interview at FightLine.com by clicking here. Rampage has displayed inappropriate behavior before, as he has dry humped (I'm not kidding) female reporters in the past.
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